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Razon pushes Perpetual Help past winless JRU

first_imgIn fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ DepEd’s Taal challenge: 30K students displaced For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Edgar Charcos led the Altas with 25 points, including 10 in the third quarter, and nine rebounds while Razon finished with 18 points.Jed Mendoza paced the Heavy Bombers, who dropped their seventh straight game, with 21 points on 20 shots. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next INFOGRAPHIC: A brief history of Asian Games Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “We made shots and we made stops. Those are the only ways to win games,” said Perpetual Help head coach Frankie Lim, whose squad tied Letran in third place.With the game tied at 72, Razon knocked down a triple put the Altas ahead for good, 75-72, with 1:12 remaining.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSTim Cone still willing to coach Gilas but admits decision won’t be ‘simple yes or no’Feeling it, Razon made another clutch 3-pointer to clinch the game with 33.4 ticks to go.And while Perpetual Help made big shots to end the game, JRU went scoreless in the final two and a half minutes. LATEST STORIES ‘High crimes and misdemeanors’: Trump impeachment trial beginscenter_img Palace OKs total deployment ban on Kuwait OFWs View comments MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Judy Ann’s 1st project for 2020 is giving her a ‘stomachache’ Peza offers relief to ecozone firms Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Gov’t in no rush to rescue animals in Taal Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netUniversity of Perpetual Help needed the endgame heroics by Jelo Razon to escape winless Jose Rizal University, 78-72, in the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball tournament Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.Razon flourished down the stretch, hitting back-to-back 3-pointers inside the last two minutes to lift the Altas to their fourth win in six games.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Spurs defeat Knicks to stretch win streak to 7

first_imgTom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history LATEST STORIES Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra In Damian Lillard’s milestone night, Blazers turn back Pelicans Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. “When we beat them at our place, we limited our mistakes, our turnovers and stuff like that,” Knicks forward Kevin Knox said. “So, they came in with a little bit of a chip and we just didn’t respond.”San Antonio opened an 11-point lead in the first quarter Friday and maintained that double-digit advantage for much of the game.The Spurs had 48 points in the paint behind the starting tandem of Aldridge and Jakob Poeltl.Aldridge had 10 points and seven rebounds and closed with his 25th double-double of the season.“(Having Poeltl start at center) kind of frees me up to float a little bit and kind of find my shot in different ways,” Aldridge said. “I’m spacing the floor a little bit more. I’m not the focal point as the pick-and-roll guy all the time, so it kind of changes it up for me. He’s been active.”Poeltl had 12 points, nine rebounds and matched a career high with five blocks.Trailing 76-67, New York had an opportunity to pull closer but Kadeem Allen missed a contested layup as Aldridge raced back on defense following a turnover. Gay followed with a 3-pointer to extend the Spurs’ lead to 79-67.“We just had too many guys making too many mistakes and you can’t play with holes in the dam when the Spurs have you going like that,” New York coach David Fizdale said.TIP-INSKnicks: Smith missed the game with a sore lower back. Fizdale said the team is unsure how the injury occurred, but Smith is day-to-day. “His back just kind of went out on him,” Fizdale said. “He had a couple of collisions there during the last game (Tuesday against Indiana).” … New York is 7-30 away from home, which is one more road win than Cleveland, Phoenix and Dallas. . Mitchell Robinson blocked two shots, extending his streak of consecutive games with a block to 26. Among Knicks rookies, only Patrick Ewing’s 28 straight games with a block is longer in franchise history. … The Knicks’ previous win in San Antonio was Jan. 2, 2014, behind a double-double from Carmelo Anthony. . Forward Noah Vonleh did not return after injuring his right ankle in the first half. Fizdale said Vonleh will undergo an X-ray when the team returns to New York. Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption MOST READ New York Knicks’ Emmanuel Mudiay (1) looks to pass as he is defended by San Antonio Spurs’ Dante Cunningham during the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, March 15, 2019, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Darren Abate)SAN ANTONIO— Three weeks after hitting a low point with a “pathetic” performance on Broadway, the Spurs hit a high note against the New York Knicks.LaMarcus Aldridge had 18 points and 11 rebounds, and San Antonio beat the Knicks 109-83 on Friday night to extend its season-best winning streak to seven games.ADVERTISEMENT “It just feels good,” San Antonio forward Rudy Gay said. “Things are clicking. Playing defense. Even when the ball is not going in like we want it to, we’re still getting wins, and that’s how you know we’re getting better as a team.”Gay had 12 points in 19 minutes after missing two games and losing 10 pounds because of the flu.The Spurs dominated defensively, which was in stark contrast to what Popovich deemed a “pathetic performance defensively” in their previous meeting with the Knicks.New York snapped an 18-game skid at home, routing the Spurs 130-118 on Feb. 24 as part of San Antonio’s worst Rodeo Road Trip ever. The Spurs have had a greater sense of urgency since going 1-7 on that road trip and it continued against the team with the league’s worst record (13-66).New York had 16 turnovers and shot 41 percent from the field.ADVERTISEMENT View comments Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Spurs: San Antonio is 24-1 at home this season when leading after the third quarter. The Spurs led 82-69 entering the fourth. … DeRozan has 1,380 points this season, surpassing Dale Ellis (1,366) for third-highest total among non-rookies in their first season with the Spurs. Terry Cummings sits atop the list with 1,818 points followed by Artis Gilmore’s 1,479. … Forbes has 143 3-pointers this season after going 3 for 5 against the Knicks. He has the most 3-pointers in a season of any undrafted player in Spurs history.SAVE THE BATSWith bats buzzing the court at the AT&T Center recently during Spurs games, Fizdale was asked before the game what he would do if he saw one.“I like animals, I’m an animal lover,” Fizdale said. “Hopefully we can catch it and let it go where it needs to go.”The Spurs’ mascot, The Coyote, has emerged in three games in a Batman costume attempting to corral the winged mammals with a hand-held net. The Coyote successfully captured a bat on Feb. 2 during the team’s game against New Orleans. Fizdale said he would want a net, too, if a bat emerged.“Yeah, I mean we don’t want to hurt it,” Fizdale said. “It’s just a little bat. Our guys will probably freak out.”Fortunately for the Knicks, no bats were sighted.UP NEXTKnicks: Host L.A. Lakers on Sunday night.Spurs: Host Portland on Saturday night. Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold00:50Trending Articles02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Eugenie Bouchard’s bid for Australian Open spot ends in qualifying Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next “It’s more of a focus and them understanding that when we play good defense, we’re a darn good team,” Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said.DeMar DeRozan and Bryn Forbes each added 13 points for the Spurs, whose previous season high was five straight victories.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissSPORTSCoronation night?SPORTSThirdy Ravena gets‍‍‍ offers from Asia, Australian ball clubsNew York, which was without injured point guard Dennis Smith Jr., lost its eighth straight. Damyean Dotson had 21 points and DeAndre Jordan added 11 points, 13 rebounds and matched a career high with nine assists.The Spurs hold the league’s longest active winning streak and have won nine straight and 16 of 18 at the AT&T Center. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? Rogue cops marked as Gamboa’s targets in his appointment as PNP chief Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California collegelast_img read more

Several Escape Death

first_imgWhat would have been a serious disaster missed residents of Buzzy Quarter on January 11, 2014 when the brakes of a container truck failed and its  driver lost control.The truck came from the road crossing Capitol Bypass stretching down to the former Ministry of Labor.Eye witnesses told the Daily Observer that they saw the truck passing by without knowing that it had mechanical problems. Much to their surprise, it suddenly crashed into the fence surrounding the old Ministry of Labor building undergoing renovation.The slum community of Buzzy Quarter is home to hundreds of residents, many of which sell along the roadside while others have their provision centers near the very area where the truck crashed.The level of damage caused by the truck has not been made clear. However, when the Daily Observer reached the scene of the accident, the broken window glasses were shattered on the side where the wreckage of the truck is still parking.When the police were contacted on January 13, 2014, spokesperson Sam Collins said the Accident Division was still compiling its report to order the driver and company that owns the truck to court.According to Mr. Collins, container trucks are not allowed to ply the streets of Monrovia until the evening hours when traffic is less busy. The driver refused to abide by this rule and bypassed the main road leading to the central part of the city.Mr. Collins said the driver is in custody awaiting a court date, and they were still assessing the damage done to the building to establish the cost.He stressed that there is a restriction on containers plying the streets in the day until 6 p.m. when traffic has reduced in the streets.He warned all to abide by the restriction to avoid embarrassment with the police.Even though the police spokesman admitted to the rule being in place to restrict containers from plying the streets of Monrovia, it remains quite challenging for this restriction to be maintained.At most times in the day, 20 or 40-foot containers are seen plying streets and delivering goods from the seaport.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

AFL Assured of Better Budgetary Support

first_imgHouse Committee Chair on National Defense, Rep. George S. Mulbah, has assured authorities at the Ministry of National Defense (MOD) that the next budgetary year would be huge to benefit personnel of the new Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL).According to the Bong County lawmaker, the campaign to increase the budgetary allotment for the MOD vis-à-vis the AFL is to ease constraints the soldiers have endured over the years, thus excluding them from undertaking, and or accessing training in specialized areas. Since the restructuring of the new AFL in 2006, the numerical strength of enlisted men and personnel of the Army has remained constant owing to “inadequate” budgetary allocation at the National Legislature.Rep. Mulbah made the statement Wednesday, February 26, during program marking the official turn over ceremony of engineering equipment to the AFL. The equipment comprising pieces of earth-moving machines, mixers, excavators, etc were donated by the Government of the People’s Republic of China to the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL) and the people of Liberia. The ceremony, which was held at the Barclay Training Center (BTC) on UN Drive in Monrovia, brought together an array of government and members of the international community.“If the Government of China had not made it possible for us to get these equipment, we would have been complaining to the Legislature for budgetary allotment for several other things including military hardware in the next fiscal year budget. This year budget will be the budget of the AFL, and this is the time Liberia will take full responsibility of the army,” Rep. Mulbah declared.Chairman Mulbah, however, promised to work with the AFL stating, “We will campaign in the Legislature for increment of the AFL budget.”Turning over the keys of equipment to the Acting Chair of the Cabinet, Internal Affairs Minister, Morris Dukuly, Chinese Amb. Zhang Yue said, “In the past decade, China has been active in assisting the Liberian Government and the people in their endeavors to reconstruct their country. We take Liberia’s development a priority, as our assistance is aimed at bringing tangible benefits with the development of bilateral relations, the exchanges and cooperation between the people’s Liberation Army of China and the AFL.” According to him, ever since 2004, through mutual military exchanges and cooperation, Chinese Ministry of National Defense has provided the Liberian side with nearly US$10 million worth of military assistance and 194 training slots.“In the coming month, seven AFL officers and soldiers will be going to China to join the new training program.”He disclosed that China appreciates the achievements made by the Liberian Government to develop national economy, speed up infrastructure construction and bring benefit to ordinary people.“According to the Protocol Signed between China and Liberia, Chinese government not only has provided the Liberian side with engineering equipment on gratis (free) to the value of US$4M, and also will send an engineering experts team to Liberia to work with the Engineering Company of AFL.”The team, he said, will arrive in Liberia in early next month. Ambassador Zhang also noted that it was not only of the hardware, but of the capacity that will enhance AFL to contribute to Liberia’s social and economic recovery; raise AFL’s profile in terms of civil-military relations.Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly, who received the keys to the equipment on behalf of  President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, expressed gratitude to China for the level of partnership and support giving to the Liberian Government in her post-conflict recovery drive.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

City Council hoping for debt-free 2018

first_imgThe Mayor and City Council (M&CC) is hoping to sustain itself with viable plan to stay out of debt.This is according to Mayor Patricia Chase Green, who, during an interview with Guyana Times, said that she was confident of her plan to do so.The Mayor was asked on Tuesday about the constant debt crisis at City Hall.“As of now, we don’t owe Cevon’s and Purans, anything other for the work that they have done. I think that payment would come on time. We are going to look at it; our finance committee would meet. As I said that we should not be owing,” she stated.She explained how they would be dealing with payment to these companies, “While our contracts say that you have a 90 days’ grace period to pay them what is owed, if you take 90 days to pay them for January you talking about till April, while you wait till April to pay for January, you have February and March coming down the line. We would try to pay much earlier so we don’t have that backlog that we had, because the Government has indicated that they are not going to take us out of any deep waters.”In hopes to further control the garbage situation, the City Council is also expecting to purchase two garbage trucks this year, utilising the $200 million allocated to them by the Government in the 2018 budget.In late 2017, the City Council found itself in hot water, owing hundreds of millions to garbage collection contractors, Cevon’s Waste Management Inc and Puran Bros Disposal Service. In an attempt to deal with this backlog of payment, Councillors had voted to seek a bailout from the Government through the Communities Ministry. The bailout had been granted until December 31.last_img read more

Saudi Arabia offers to fund new Iraq football stadium

first_img0Shares0000Iraqi supporters watch their team at a training session ahead of a home friendly against Saudi Arabia in Basra on February 28, 2018 © AFP/File / HAIDAR MOHAMMED ALIBAGHDAD, Iraq, Mar 6 – Saudi Arabia has offered to fund a new football stadium in Iraq, as FIFA prepares to decide whether to lift its ban on Iraq hosting competitive international matches.The offer came in a telephone call between King Salman and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Monday evening, the prime minister’s office said. It provided no further details about the cost of the stadium or where it might be located.It follows an international friendly between the two countries in Iraq’s third city Basra on February 28, their first on Iraqi soil in 40 years.The king described the game, which Iraq won 4-1 in front of a capacity 60,000 crowd, as a “success”, Abadi’s office said.It was watched by Asian Football Confederation head Salman bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa who said “the time has come” to end the three-decade ban on Iraq hosting competitive international matches.FIFA is due to decide on March 16.The country has not played full internationals on home turf since its 1990 invasion of Kuwait.The ban, covering all but domestic matches, stayed in place after the US-led invasion of 2003 toppled dictator Saddam Hussein.It was briefly lifted in 2012, but a power outage during an Iraq-Jordan match in the Iraqi Kurdish capital Arbil led FIFA to promptly reinstate it.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

Barnsley sign Burnley defender Kevin Long on loan

first_img Kevin Long Burnley centre-back Kevin Long has joined Barnsley on loan for a month.The 25-year-old has not made an appearance for Burnley yet this season so had moved to Oakwell in search of first-team football.The Irishman has previously spent time on loan at Accrington, Rochdale and Portsmouth and is looking forward to testing himself for Barnsley, where he will stay until December 19.He told the club’s official website: “I’m itching to play. I jumped at the opportunity to come out and play.“The gaffer here is a genuine guy and I know one or two of the lads here. It’s a good fit for me.” 1last_img

IN MEMORY OF GEMMA – RESULTS FROM THE GEMMA McHALE MEMORIAL 5K

first_imgHUNDREDS of people from both sides of the Border took part in a 5k last night in memory of Gemma McHale, the Aghyaran student who died a year ago in a road accident.Gemma, who was 21 and from Crillys Road, died after her Peugeot 306 car crashed on the Letter Road between Belleek and Pettigo on the night of Thursday, May 17 last year.The University of Ulster student was returning home after visiting her sister Joanne in Co Mayo when her car left the road and ended up nose-down in a field adjacent to Letter Bridge. More than 450 people attended the Gemma’s Memorial 5k in Aghyaran.Said Patsy McGonagle from Finn Valley AC: “We want to say thanks to everyone for your support. It makes it so worth while when an event like this gets such great support.“The Mc Hale/Dolan/Jordan families thank you all, with £3571 in so far and counting.”The funds will go to the The Coombe Childrens Hospital Dublin (Neo Natal Unit) where Gemma’s sister Joanne gave birth to twins Jack and Jemma. Here are the results from the race:Place Race No. Time First Name Surname Category Club1 163 16.38 Gerard Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C2 164 17.21 Kieran Carlin SM Finn Valley A C3 31 18.12 Patrick Penrose SM Finn Valley A C 4 176 18.30 Shay Gallagher SM Individual5 229 18.32 Kenny O’Donnell SM Finn Valley A C6 104 19.01 Michael Penrose Snr SM Finn Valley A C7 200 19.07 Clint Doherty SM Individual 8 120 19.11 Gerard Colton SM Finn Valley A C9 172 19.21 Noleen Porter SW Finn Valley A C10 451 19.35 Jack McBride SM Individual11 171 19.45 Tony Gallagher SM Finn Valley A C12 105 19.50 Eugene Gallen SM Individual13 170 19.52 Catherine Dooher SM Finn Valley A C14 181 20.08 Drew Doherty SM Finn Valley A C15 95 20.14 Shaun Boyce SM Individual16 159 20.19 Kieran Callaghan SM Individual17 103 20.24 Michael Penrose Jnr SM Finn Valley A C18 145 20.30 Conrad Kee SM Individual19 190 20.44 Brendan Harper SM Individual20 295 20.45 Eamon Connolly SM Finn Valley A C21 466 20.45 Conor McGonagle SM Finn Valley A C22 198 20.50 Sean Paul Byrne SM Individual23 222 20.57 Sean O’Leary SM Finn Valley A C24 206 21.07 Odhran O’Donnell SM Individual25 376 21.10 Dairmuid McHugh SM Individual26 27 21.11 Clare keenan SW Finn Valley A C27 193 21.23 Sean Cassidy SM Individual28 281 21.31 Ciaran McAlone SM Individual29 117 21.33 Kathleen McNulty SW Finn Valley A C30 113 21.36 Noreen Bonner SW Finn Valley A C31 321 21.37 Jamie Hegarty SM Individual32 221 21.39 Michael Gallagher SM Individual33 338 21.45 Karen Gallagher SW Lifford A C34 337 21.47 Paddy Gallagher SM Lifford A C35 33 21.53 Laura lee Penrose SW Finn Valley A C36 195 21.54 Colm McSorley SM Individual37 375 22.00 Kieran McHugh SM Individual38 386 22.17 Aine McGrath SW Individual39 177 22.19 Barry Gallagher SM Individual40 38 22.23 Jonathan Connolly SM Finn Valley A C41 29 22.25 Eoin Moss SM Finn Valley A C42 165 22.26 Mark Donaghey SM Lifford A C43 341 22.52 Mark Bates SM Individual44 28 23.08 Michelle Hunter SW Finn Valley A C45 54 23.08 James McGuire SM Finn Valley A C46 320 23.18 Duane Long SM Finn Valley A C47 537 23.25 an other SM Individual48 359 23.25 Andrew Dolan SM Individual49 32 23.29 Sean McMenamin SM Finn Valley A C50 100 23.30 Eimear Gallen SW Individual51 37 23.34 Ronan McLaughlin SM Finn Valley A C52 14 23.41 Thomas Gallagher SM Individual53 139 23.42 Samantha Wilkinson SW Finn Valley A C54 538 23.43 an other SW Individual55 210 23.43 Eunan Scanlon SM Individual56 199 23.50 Kieran Coyle SM Individual57 48 23.59 Sinead Kenny SW Finn Valley A C58 504 24.07 An Other SM Individual59 93 24.09 Cahir Moss SM Finn Valley A C60 311 24.10 Eamon McConnell SM Individual61 503 24.10 AN Other SW Individual62 26 24.11 Sharon Hamilton SW Finn Valley A C63 340 24.21 Liam Lynch SM Individual64 463 24.33 Conor Lynch SM Individual65 427 24.33 Dale (leaf) Cather SM Individual66 400 24.43 Iggy Houston SM Finn Valley A C67 398 24.43 Joe McNulty SM Finn Valley A C68 220 24.54 Carl Houston SM Individual69 118 24.57 Margaret Reid SW Finn Valley A C70 55 25.12 Bernie McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C71 533 25.15 an other SM Individual72 162 25.16 Paul Smith SM Individual73 194 25.19 Eamon McKenna SM Individual74 158 25.25 Joe Gallen SM Lifford A C75 372 25.33 Stacey Dolan SW Individual76 385 25.39 Cormac Dolan SM Individual77 219 25.40 Sinead McMenamin SW Individual78 156 25.42 Brendan Martin SM Finn Valley A C79 173 25.43 Caolan McGlinchey SM Finn Valley A C80 125 25.45 Alicia O’Donnell SW Finn Valley A C81 141 25.45 Leona Cronolly SW Individual82 52 25.49 Bernie McGuire SW Finn Valley A C83 108 25.49 Marion Murphy SW Individual84 136 25.50 Nichola McMenamin SW Finn Valley A C85 347 25.57 Bernie Peoples SW Individual86 346 25.58 Malachy Peoples SM Individual87 130 25.59 Raymond Doherty SM Finn Valley A C88 157 26.00 Bernie Martin SW Finn Valley A C89 53 26.01 Caroline Lynch SW Finn Valley A C90 310 26.03 Gaynor Hindley SM Individual91 224 26.03 Shauna McNulty SW Individual92 418 26.03 Gemma McSorley SW Individual93 227 26.05 Olivia Gillian SW Individual94 521 26.10 an other SM Individual95 60 26.21 Frankie Dolan SM Individual96 245 26.26 Chris McLaughlin SM Individual97 215 26.27 Pat Caterson SM Individual98 41 26.29 James Nash SM Finn Valley A C99 129 26.30 Gerardette McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C100 367 26.32 Fiona Baird SW Individual101 369 26.37 Lucy McMenamin SW Individual102 366 26.46 Emmett Harper SM Individual103 294 26.49 Susan McGoldrick SW Individual104 140 26.56 Margaret Doherty SW Finn Valley A C105 412 27.02 Ronan McHugh SM Individual106 483 27.02 Oisin Lynch SM Individual107 410 27.05 David McHugh SM Individual108 332 27.08 Seamus Gallagher SM Individual109 36 27.09 Emer McLaughlin SW Finn Valley A C110 296 27.10 Claire Danley SW Individual111 312 27.11 Paul Maxwell SM Individual112 447 27.12 Irene McNulty SW Finn Valley A C113 144 27.14 Kevin Devlin SM Individual114 50 27.14 Barry Duffy SM Finn Valley A C115 355 27.15 Joseph Connolly SM Individual116 363 27.16 Clare Teague SW Individual117 24 27.17 Sinead Collins SW Finn Valley A C118 44 27.18 Sharon Duffy SW Finn Valley A C119 23 27.19 Deirdre Collins SW Finn Valley A C120 71 27.21 Paula Jansen SW Finn Valley A C121 174 27.22 Siobhan McGlinchey SW Finn Valley A C122 196 27.27 Melanie Penrose SW Finn Valley A C123 51 27.39 Kevin McHugh SM Finn Valley A C124 204 27.46 Maria McHugh SW Finn Valley A C125 501 27.48 AN Other SW Individual126 243 27.50 Eamon McHugh SM Individual127 42 27.51 Denise Moss SW Finn Valley A C128 122 27.51 Aidy McGuire SM Finn Valley A C129 16 27.57 Aine Cleary SW Individual130 246 27.58 Susan Young SW Individual131 35 27.59 Colleen O Brien SW Finn Valley A C132 225 28.04 Paul Gallagher SM Individual133 323 28.05 Candice Cathers SW Individual134 40 28.07 Hugo McGuire SM Finn Valley A C135 292 28.11 Michaela Morris SW Individual136 291 28.11 Catherine Morris SW Individual137 364 28.14 Martin McHugh SM Individual138 228 28.14 Francessca Patton SW Individual139 362 28.16 Dolores McGlinchey SW Individual140 336 28.27 Marie McDaid SW Individual141 353 28.29 Margaret McConnell SW Individual142 326 28.41 Kellie Meehan SW Individual143 138 28.43 Winnie McNamara SW Finn Valley A C144 450 28.45 Ronnie McBride SM Individual145 123 28.47 Anne Marie Reynolds SW Individual146 226 28.47 Rosemary Monaghan SW Individual147 247 28.51 Aaron Moore SM Individual148 449 28.51 Lisa McGlynn SW Individual149 34 28.52 Marie Gallaher SW Finn Valley A C150 155 28.56 Sharon Carlin SW Individual151 39 28.58 Eithne Browne SW Finn Valley A C152 205 28.58 Paula O’Donnell SW Individual153 133 29.02 Fiona Colreavy SW Individual154 201 29.31 Sheena Sproule SW Finn Valley A C155 102 29.33 Gesilda Connolly Penrose SW Finn Valley A C156 316 29.38 Aaron McGlinchey SM Individual157 333 29.40 Kathleen O’Mahoney SW Individual158 20 29.44 Thomas McHale SM Individual159 121 29.54 Rosemary Boggs SW Lifford A C160 390 30.00 Alana Carlin SW Individual161 25 30.11 Siobhan Byrne SW Finn Valley A C162 526 30.11 an other SW Individual163 527 30.11 an other SM Individual164 550 30.11 an other SW Individual165 389 30.11 Nicola Kee SW Individual166 549 30.11 an other SM Individual167 147 30.26 Caroline Britton SW Finn Valley A C168 175 30.37 Karen Carlin SW Lifford A C169 280 30.44 Grainne McAlone SW Individual170 240 30.44 Claire Kerrigan SM Individual171 3 30.47 Kieran McHale SM Finn Valley A C172 99 31.10 Bridgeen Gallen SW Individual173 556 31.38 an other SW Individual174 555 31.39 an other SM Individual175 394 31.47 Deirdre Browne SW Finn Valley A C176 197 31.55 Donna Curran SW Individual177 218 31.55 Loretta McNulty SW Individual178 134 32.20 Helen Doherty SW Individual179 202 32.23 Martin Dolan SM Finn Valley A C180 115 32.26 Maria Devlin SW Finn Valley A C181 287 32.29 Padraic Dolan SM Individual182 298 32.36 Pat O’Loughlin SM Individual183 300 32.37 Shay Gallagher SM Individual184 203 32.56 Jacinta Dolan SW Finn Valley A C185 216 33.10 Pauline McGoldrick SW Individual186 62 33.12 Darra Dolan SM Individual187 468 33.26 Ben Harper SM Individual188 285 33.27 Chloe Britton SW Individual189 283 33.32 Pearse Goan SM Individual190 303 33.34 Nigel Connolly SM Individual191 401 33.45 Marcus O’Donnell SM Individual192 116 33.45 Martin Anderson SM Finn Valley A C193 214 33.52 John Gallen SM Individual194 5 33.55 Kieran Jordan SM Individual195 178 33.56 Martin McFadden SM Individual196 286 34.00 Garbhan Connolly SM Individual197 324 34.09 June Cathers SW Individual198 47 34.14 Betty Gallen SW Finn Valley A C199 46 34.14 Mary Penrose SW Finn Valley A C200 343 34.41 Manus Crampsie SM Individual201 342 34.50 Rose Crampsie SW Individual202 513 35.04 an other SM Individual203 45 35.20 Teresa Crawford SW Finn Valley A C204 22 35.21 Leanne Lynch SW Individual205 180 35.38 Joan Colhoun SW Lifford A C206 278 35.40 Alicia O’Donnell SW Individual207 96 35.58 Michelle McDaid SW Individual208 182 36.14 Erin Duffy SW Individual209 183 36.14 Charlie Mooney SM Individual210 186 36.20 Tommy Kelly SM Individual211 529 36.44 an other SM Individual212 528 36.49 an other SW Individual213 91 37.12 Roisin Moss SW Finn Valley A C214 313 37.26 Joleen McHugh SW Individual215 98 37.28 Marietta Dolan SW Finn Valley A C216 21 37.29 Michael McHale (JUN) SM Individual217 293 38.00 Eilish McMenamin SW Individual218 207 38.12 Barry McLaughlin SM Individual219 305 38.19 Charlotte Sweeney SW Individual220 304 38.20 Michelle Bradley SW Individual221 317 38.21 Anne Marie Meehan SW Individual222 187 38.34 Alice Kelly SW Individual223 339 38.52 Pat Gallen SM Individual224 399 39.38 Emma Lynch SW Finn Valley A C225 315 39.40 Mary McGlinchey SW Individual226 257 39.40 M Rose SM Individual227 406 39.40 Bronagh Gallen SW Individual228 264 39.40 C Cairns SM Individual229 258 39.40 D Rose SM Individual230 88 40.00 Michaela Griffin SW Individual231 75 40.04 Charlie Griffin SM Finn Valley A C232 334 40.04 Daniel O’Mahoney SM Individual233 335 40.21 Emma O’Mahoney SW Individual234 345 40.21 Delaney McGuire SW Individual235 299 40.22 Philomena O’Loughlin SW Individual236 344 40.22 Maelisa Crampsie SW Individual237 325 40.23 Annetta Coyle SW Individual238 381 40.44 Annette McMenamin SW Individual239 309 40.44 Geraldine Penrose SW Individual240 413 41.03 Sharon McHugh SW Individual241 319 41.03 Fiona Carlin SW Individual242 234 41.30 Angeline McMenamin SW Individual243 289 41.30 Cormac McManus SM Individual244 137 41.30 Edel McManus SW Finn Valley A C245 179 41.30 Joan McHugh SW Lifford A C246 520 41.49 an other SW Individual247 392 41.52 Clodagh Greene SW Individual248 554 41.56 an other SW Individual249 391 42.00 Ciara Carlin SW Individual250 448 42.00 Nicole McNulty SW Finn Valley A C251 81 42.10 Darren Dolan SM Finn Valley A C252 82 42.23 Kevin McLaughlin SM Individual253 415 42.26 Paul Sweeney SM Individual254 387 42.26 Tiernan Byrne SM Individual255 90 42.30 Louise Doherty SW Individual256 86 42.31 Pauline Griffin SW Finn Valley A C257 279 42.36 Mary McHugh SW 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modified: May 11th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:IN MEMORY OF GEMMA – RESULTS FROM THE GEMMA McHALE MEMORIAL 5Klast_img read more

DESSIE GIVES MCWILLIAMS A LESSON IN ‘ORCHARDOMICS’ IN LATEST TV COMMERCIAL

first_imgIf you meet Donegal man Dessie Gallagher in a bar, chances are he’ll have been asked if he’s drinking Bulmers.The well-known Letterkenny actor has become the face of the cider in Ireland after starring in a series of hilarious commercials for the drink.But his latest advert for the Bulmer’s brand, named Orchardomics, is probably his funniest and most high-profile to date. Dessie can be seen showing economic guru David McWilliams around the Bulmer’s orchard and pointing to areas where they are ‘doing their bit’ for the economy.In one scene he points to a man bending down to pick up some apples and tells McWilliams “that’s the bottom line.”In another scene Dessie, who grew up in Letterkenny’s famous Burmah, shows some joggers dashing along a river and calls it “a run on the banks.”In the final scene, McWilliams asks Dessie “what about depreciation? To which Dessie replies “David – we have total depreciation for what you’re doing.” The advert is father of two Dessie’s ‘bread and butter’ as he is also involved in a number of other projects.His past credits include Reign of Fire, Killinascully, I Keano and The Closer We Get.EndsDESSIE GIVES MCWILLIAMS A LESSON IN ‘ORCHARDOMICS’ IN LATEST TV COMMERCIAL was last modified: June 15th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:actor Dessie GallagherBulmersDavid McWilliamslast_img read more

CATHAL MacSUIBNE’S DONEGAL GAA BLOG: DONEGAL BELOW PAR AGAINST DOWN

first_imgBY CATHAL MacSUIBNE IN NEWRY: While last week’s patchy performance against Meath was generally viewed as a welcome eye-opener for Donegal, today’s against Down suggests that Jim McGuinness’ men have some serious work ahead of them if they’re to slay the Oak Leaf County on May 25th.The anticipated response following the game in Ballybofey on Sunday last did not materialise in Pairc Esler and instead the county’s followers are left with more questions than answers. In some ways it is tricky to judge today’s game by comparing the teams as in truth neither side looked in any way impressive in what was a scrappy, error-strewn affair. The blustery conditions led to both teams over and under hitting passes and you wouldn’t have guessed that these sides contested the provincial championship showpiece less than two years ago. Down looked dangerous early on and scythed through Donegal’s unusually porous central channel for some easy scores. They had a few half-goal chances in the opening exchanges and when Niall Madine finally did register a major, it would prove to be the game’s crucial score as they never relinquished the lead it gave them. The main problem again today was the kick-out and it really is becoming a serious worry as we look ahead to Championship 2014. Again Donegal tried to create a large gap for their midfielders with even more emphasis being put on the defenders in creating that space. Corner backs Karl Lacey and Eamonn McGee were instructed to stay tight to the touchline on Paul Durcan’s kickouts – this either meant they were an option for short kick-outs on any occasion they weren’t picked up by their marker or it left the centre of the field largely free for Martin McElhinney and Rory Kavanagh. The problem is that Donegal without Neil Gallagher are severely depleted under their own restarts – and teams know this. Therefore opponents are happy to close off those potential short kick-outs and force Durcan to kick long. We saw it in the first half in particular today and of course we saw it to devastating effect in last year’s Mayo massacre when a far from fit Gallagher was dominated by an inspired Aidan O’Shea.With Down on top in the middle and gaining primary ball, they ran at Donegal with Mark Poland especially causing numerous problems. Poland is one of the classiest footballers in the country and he is very difficult to tackle such is his small stature and low centre of gravity. Leo McLoone at centre back tried to get forward as much as possible in an attempt to drag the Longstone clubman away from his centre-forward station and to limit his effect on the game; it was to no avail however and instead it led to space for Poland and his team mates to exploit and this they did. Frank McGlynn took over marking duties for parts of the second half and did have a bit more success but the conundrum remained largely unsolved.Kevin McKernan and Peter Turley were excellent at midfield, providing power and physicality while the hosts’ defence did well on sharpshooters Michael Murphy and Colm McFadden. In contrast to Donegal’s tactic of a roaming centre back, Down’s Aidan Carr held his position and acted as a screen in front of his full back line, particularly in the second half when the wind-assisted Donegal played a more direct game.Much was made last year of Down referencing the McGuinness template in the Ulster semi-final between the teams at Breffni Park and in particular the defensive aspects of it. On today’s showing it appears that they have now subsumed the entire portfolio with their much-improved attacking play and ability to commit more numbers to breaks a measure of their evolution. In spite of the erratic nature of today’s display, Donegal could easily have won the game such was the amount of chances wasted both before and after the short whistle – they recorded twelve wides in all. Corner forward McFadden was guilty of two poor misses from frees and his style of getting height on the ball is a risky one when the breeze is as strong as it was today; on both occasions the wind carried the ball to the right and wide on his own side, the cardinal sin for a free taker.McLoone had a bit more freedom after the break and was one of the few Donegal players who could be satisfied with their performance. He notched one wonderful point when he showed great intelligence by opting to flick the ball past an on-rushing Mourne defender instead of trying to gain possession immediately and being swallowed up in the tackle – he collected the ball on the other side and stroked over.That had come after a fine score by Martin McElhinney as Donegal started the second half with much more intent and purpose in their play. McElhinney was excellent throughout and bar one bad miss in front of the posts he performed admirably for his side throughout. With the current problems the team is experiencing around the middle third it would be no surprise to see Gallagher return alongside the current midfield pairing as opposed to replacing one of them, with Kavanagh or McElhinney possibly lining out at wing forward.The cavalry arrived in the form of Gallagher, Patrick McBrearty and David Walsh but even they couldn’t change the direction of the game and McCartan’s charges saw it out with two points to spare.It certainly isn’t a time for panic in the ranks or anything of that nature but there needs to be signs of improvement in the remaining two league games to show that the solutions to the problems that have arisen in the past week are working. It may well be three games with promotion chances and a subsequent divisional final spot still looking likely; bottom side Louth the next visitors to the North West. It is ironic though that it was this very same weekend last year, on St Patrick’s weekend, where the first cracks began to emerge. On the Saturday night in Pairc Ui Rinn in Cork, Donegal’s second half performance was light years away from the heights they had reached the previous summer. A week later we saw a similar show in Castlebar with Mayo deserving winners following another poor exhibition from the men in green and gold. The next few weeks will go a long way in telling us what 2014 holds in store. CATHAL MacSUIBNE’S DONEGAL GAA BLOG: DONEGAL BELOW PAR AGAINST DOWN was last modified: March 16th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:CATHAL MAC SUIBHNE’S DONEGAL GAA BLOGdonegaldoneglaDownNewrylast_img read more